Who is Beth Cefalu? The News 12 Westchester reporter is currently in the media spotlight due to a 2016 video featuring New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. This resurfaced recently due to allegations of improper behaviour made against the Governor.
Who is Beth Cefalu?
Bethany “Beth” Cefalu is well known for her work as a reporter with News 12 Westchester, where she has been working since September 2019.
She grew up in New York and is thought to have been born in the late 1980s.
Cefalu graduated from the College of Staten Island where she was a member of the Alpha Kappa Delta sorority. She later went on to study at the New York Film Academy and achieved a certificate in Broadcast Journalism.
Her earliest role within media was as a media intern at MTV Networks in 2010, where she stayed for 6 months.
Beth is not active on Instagram, but she does have a Twitter account that she regularly updates, like this recent picture of her puppy.
2016 video of Andrew Cuomo and Beth Cefalu at state fair surfaces
In light of the recent accusations involving Governor Andrew Cuomo, a number of other women have come forward with their own claims. Names mentioned in connection to this story include Lisa Shields, Charlotte Bennett and Beth Cefalu.
Cefalu’s name surfaced in relation to a video from August 2016, in which she and Gov. Cuomo are seen interacting at a state fair. In the video, Cuomo can be heard telling Beth Cefalu to “eat a whole sausage”, while asking a waiter to bring her a hot dog.
Cefalu ends up joining Cuomo at his table, where he sitting next to his daughter, Michaela.
The post comes with a caption that reads “Gov. Andrew Cuomo visited the New York State Fair Thursday and capped off his trip by eating a Gianelli sausage sandwich.”
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